Posts Tagged ‘technology’

How Health IT is Saving Lives [Infographic]

We all know the goals of healthcare technology are to improve quality of life, reduce costs, protect sensitive data, eliminate redundancies and increase efficiency. But as healthcare technology evolves, studies on health IT reveal it's also increasing global life expectancy - and actually saving lives. Between 1990 and 2013, global life expectancy increased by about 5.8 years […]

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10 Medical Innovations Transforming Patient Care in 2015 [Infographic]

With telemedicine interest on the rise and mHealth and wellness device regulation in the news, patients and providers alike are interested in what medical innovations are up next. Moreover, everyone wants to know what medical devices, procedures and technology will make life - and health - easier in 2015 and beyond. Cleveland Clinic compiled its […]

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6 Tips to Declutter Your Technology Life in 2015

Though losing weight is the most popular New Year’s resolution, getting organized is the second most popular. If you’ve already cleaned out your closets, car, kitchen cabinets and home office, maybe it’s time to get your technology act together. And as a bonus, if you’re staring at your smartphone or laptop less often, you’ll have […]

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What 2015 Looks Like for Global Life Sciences [Infographic]

In 2015, the global life sciences sector is adapting in an era of significant transformation. This year, life sciences sector growth is expected to skyrocket, due to aging populations, chronic diseases, rapidly expanding markets and treatment and technology advances, says Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited in its 2015 global life sciences sector outlook. The sector calls for developing both […]

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Health IT First Movers May Enjoy Competitive Edge, Faster Growth

Most healthcare organizations are conservative when it comes to investing in new technologies, but a new report suggests early adoption of social, mobile, analytic, cloud and machine-to-machine technologies are hallmarks of higher growth rates and market leadership. The findings come from a new study, The Digital Dividend: First Mover Advantage, conducted for Verizon by the Harvard […]

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